Kate Seymour is the Head of Education at the SRAL.
She has educated conservators in The Netherlands since 2004. She
focuses on all aspects concerning the conservation of paintings,
from structural to aesthetic treatments, and believes in the
need to record and document each stage of intervention.
She has a keen interest in imaging technologies that can
be adapted for the conservation field and has worked closely
with XpectralTEK® since its conception.
Kate travels frequently abroad to give a wide variety of
workshops on conservation practice and theory to mid-career
conservators, integrating her material knowledge and practical
skills with an ability to disseminate complex decision-making
processes. Kate is the current Chair of ICOM-CC.
Title of the talk:
Visualising artworks: translating the invisible into
diagnostic data for identifying and quantifying paint